Literary Cash: Unauthorized Writings Inspired by the Legendary Johnny Cash

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Bob Batchelor
BenBella Books, 2006 - Fiction - 257 pages
** COMPLETELY UNAUTHORIZED ** The legendary lyrics of Johnny Cash are the inspiration for this collection of extraordinarily creative works that provides a new spin on this musical legend. For nearly five decades, Cash captivated audiences with his unique voice and candid portrayal of the gritty life of a working man, and his songs continue to strike a chord with listeners today. But it is the stories behind the music that remain with audiences and provide the inspiration for the work in this thoughtful compilation of fiction and non-fiction from contributors such as Lauren Baratz-Logsted, Don Cusic, Gretchen Moran Laskas, Amanda Nowlin, and Russell Rowland.
 

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Batchelor (public relations, Sch. of Mass Communications, Univ. of South Florida) is an award-winning writer, historian, and expert on American popular culture. In this enjoyable read, he collects ... Read full review

Contents

ONE MORE WRONG THING
RENO
JC WAS THE FIRST GOTH KID
THE WALLS TEXAS1987 EXCERPTED FROM THE GREENEST GRASS
TERMINAL
JOHNNY CASH AND CS LEWIS
THE MAN IN WHITE
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Bob Batchelor is a noted pop culture expert, an historical consultant for Fortune 500 companies such as Accenture, BellSouth, and Kimberly-Clark, and a columnist for The History News Network. He lives in Gainesville, Florida.

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